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Nov 1, 2012 10:00pm PDT
's savannah guthrie. >> reporter: 72 hours after sandy walloped the eastern seaboard from southern new jersey to connecticut and beyond, some things are getting better and some worse. particularly on staten island where today the true devastation became apparent. the death toll is rising and so is the anger. >> they're still looking for dead bodies. people that are held unaccountable for. so this death toll, it is going up. but you need to come here and help us. we need assistance. please. >> we have bodies being removed up the block. we are devastated here. there is no red cross. >> reporter: thousands of families left homeless continue to search through the debris. to salvage what little is left. and as temperatures drop, officials say power won't be fully restored for days. and some new york and connecticut suburbs, at least another week in the dark. elsewhere, clean-up and repair efforts tonight while patience wears thin. >> i have two 20-month-old babies. and my cars are under water. i don't have transportation out of here. and what are we supposed to do? we heard from a national grid gu
Nov 8, 2012 10:00pm PST
of those already affected. hundreds of thousands are still without power since hurricane sandy. a lot of people who had had power restored lost it again in the snow and wind storm last night. in this region where so many lost their homes, and where millions of people have suffered through it, some times in our coverage of such events, individuals stand out. that happened on this very broadcast a week ago. a woman named phyllis, who was interviewed by ann curry on staten island. and so many of you have inquired about how she is doing, ann curry returned to staten island to find out. >> yeah, we are over oakwood beach, staten island. again the sights get worse and worse. >> reporter: of the more than 100 people who died during hurricane sandy, at least 22 were lost here on staten island. as a storm surge estimated at 16 feet high crashed 14 blocks inland from the eastern shore. hundreds of houses were destroyed or made unlivable. 62-year-old grandmother, phyllis, had evacuated with her husband just before sandy struck. awe is that my house? >> reporter: weep f first met hs she was begin
Nov 29, 2012 10:00pm PST
, it survived hurricane sandy. 91 gallons a day to keep it alive. you think your tree drops a lot of needles. they use leaf blowers as some people call them to clean up after this one. we're back in just a moment. [ female announcer ] there's no official snowman day or snow angel day. no "pick out your tree" day or "catch snowflakes on your tongue" day. but there is a way to celebrate all these days -- with pillsbury holiday funfetti. [ giggles ] a perfectly sweet way to celebrate more every day. [ male announcer ] handcrafted toys... ♪ the softest bear on the web... a new bedtime story: added to cart. watching her play with the box instead: priceless. your mastercard makes sure you don't pay for unauthorized purchases, not online, not anywhere. that's credit or debit mastercard. that's priceless. >>> welcome back. story tonight about two american brothers who did something that runs counter to just about every and i wore a kufu, and everybody was like, what kind of hat is that? i'm like, my mom made it. i'm a muslim, this is what we wear. >> reporter: few would confuse this kind of headwe
Nov 15, 2012 10:00pm PST
it in for their playoff game and for the coach victor azario, it was all just too much emotionally. >> sandy took a lot. it did not take our courage and it did not take our will. >> they lost to their rivals on staten island. but after the game, one of the beach channel players said, now we got to go fix this town up. and given the relentless pace of the news these days, both national disasters and manmade, we always try to end on at least one great dog video if you don't count the puppy named pearl i met and quickly fell hard for this week. there is this gem from poland that debunks the myth that st. bernards are somehow going to rescue us. they're just big furry babies. these loving dog parents couldn't talk their dog into going downstairs, so there was nothing left to do but hang onto dear life. the only threat to safety here was that they were laughing too hard, but the dog was hugging his dad so hard, failure was not an option. maybe just a little bit of dog embarrassment. what a good dog. that's our broadcast for tonight. for everyone who worked so hard to bring it to you, thanks for being here w
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)